STAMPtember 2021 Reverse Confetti Autumn Blessings

Hello, crafty friends. It’s time for another STAMPtember collaboration stamp set… I started by stamping the Thank You Text Background on a piece of kraft cardstock. I white heat embossed a sentiment from the Autumn Blessings stamp set. I stamped, Copic colored, and cut out the flower image from the set and adhered it to the stamped background. I added a few metallic hearts and some crystal glaze in the center of the flowers...

Reverse Confetti Holiday Release Blog Hop

Hi there, crafty friends.  I’m excited to be part of THIS blog hop celebrating THIS new Reverse Confetti release. For all of the cards, I die-cut a panel using the Stitched Rectangles die and then die-cut the Tree die from the center and inlaid different cardstocks and specialty papers/materials. I added the Layered Peace die on top and finished the design with a star on top. These cards are so fun to mass produce...

Reverse Confetti Mini Release Blog Hop

Howdy, crafty friends. Reverse Confetti has a new mini release and we are celebrating with THIS blog hop. Here’s the card I created using all three new products… I started by die-cutting the Hello Daisy Cover Panel and Floral Chain Cover Panel from white watercolor card stock. I sprayed the flowers with Distress Oxide spray to quickly color them and adhere them along the white border of each frame. I adhered the large border...

Reverse Confetti July Release Blog Hop

Hi there, crafty friends.  I’m excited to be part of THIS blog hop celebrating THIS new Reverse Confetti release. I have two cards to share using the new release… For the first card… I stamped the large floral image from the Bloom stamp set and colored it in with Copic Markers. I added lots of shine with a shimmer pen and some gloss with Nuvo Crystal Glaze. I white heat embossed the sentiment from...

Reverse Confetti May Release Blog Hop

Hi, crafty friends. I’m excited to be part of THIS blog hop celebrating THIS new Reverse Confetti release… I have a few projects to share with you today using the new release… To create the slimline card, I covered a panel using colored card stock strips. I stamped and colored the adorable images from the Punny Party stamp set and used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I stacked them on top of...

Reverse Confetti March Release Blog Hop

Hi, crafty friends. I’m thrilled to announce that I will be joining the Reverse Confetti team during their blog hops to celebrate their new releases. I have four projects to share today featuring THIS new release… For the first card… I started by die-cutting the big flowers cover panel from a few different colors of card stock and inlaying the pieces to create a fun background. I stamped and colored the bunnies from the...

Reverse Confetti Blog Hop

Hello, crafty friends. I’m excited to be part of THIS Blog Hop celebrating THIS new release in honor of Reverse Confetti’s 7th birthday. Yay! I have a tall, slimline card to share today… I started by stamping the rainbow image from THIS stamp set (that is free with a $60 purchase! check the RC site for all the detials) towards the top of my card panel. The card panel and card base measure 3.5...

Stenciled Backgrounds

Hi there. Today I’m sharing two cards that have stenciled backgrounds…. For these cards, I wanted to keep the focus on the adorable critters, but wanted to add some interest to the background. For the first card… …I added color to THIS stencil using THIS ink with THIS tool. I stamped a heart from THIS stamp set inside each circle using THIS ink. I added some sparkle on top of each heart with THIS and stamped and colored a cute little mouse from THIS stamp set to use...

Puppy Card

Hi there. Recently, a friend of mine got a new puppy and I created a card to celebrate the occasion… I’ve been eager to use THIS stamp set by Reverse Confetti and thought it was the perfect time to break it in. I heat embossed the tiny paw print image in the set using white embossing powder. This resisted the watercolor I added on top to create a fun background… I also white heat...